Spurred on by the disruptions of the pandemic, organizations are reimagining the very basic concepts of where, how, and with whom work happens. One thing is clear amidst the ongoing uncertainty: our hybrid future has arrived.
But what does this future look like? How will it change the way we work across HR functions, from talent acquisition and career planning to employee engagement, DEI, and learning and development? How will it change our own experiences as employees and team leaders? While the answers will be different for each organization, there are pioneering companies and emerging research redefining what our hybrid future will look like—and proving it’s an opportunity for growth and transformation.
The Hybrid Working Program provides best practices and strategies for navigating hybrid work from the world’s leading thinkers on work, organizations, and the human experience. Created by Nomadic and Charter for the Josh Bersin Academy, Hybrid Working is all about both the big picture and the day-to-day details of this massive workplace transformation, providing a path toward a new way of working that’s creative, connected, and deeply human.
Hybrid Working answers some of the biggest questions facing HR professionals in this new world. When, where, and how do our people interact in person? How do we grow our teams and organizations when our methods of recruiting, training, and onboarding have all suddenly changed? How do we maintain a strong culture, nourish creativity, and optimize both productivity and employee wellbeing? How do we build hybrid teams that are inclusive and equitable amidst challenges both old and new?
There are no one-size-fits-all answers when it comes to hybrid work. But there are research-based best practices and experience-informed strategies for ensuring that our organizations and employees reap both the benefits of working remotely and the strengths of traditional co-located work.
In Hybrid Working, we will take in practical lessons directly from the world’s leading experts on this emerging discipline. We’ll work alongside other HR professionals at the forefront of this massive change—and ultimately position ourselves for success in this transition and beyond.
ApproachOnline social learning, teams of 30-50
Learning Time5-6 hours
Duration5 weeks. Next starting: February 23, 2022
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